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Women's Tennis Plays at Lynn for SSC Championship Saturday

Barry University's No. 1 women's tennis team will play at No. 5 Lynn 11 a.m. Saturday to decide the Sunshine State Conference regular season title in Boca Raton, Fla. This is the first year the league is recognizing a regular season champion. “We're looking forward to the match,” Buccaneers coach Avi Kigel said. “We know Lynn is...  read more

Yan Gomes Signs 6-Year, $23 Million Extension With Indians

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Former Barry University baseball standout Yan Gomes has agreed to a six-year $23 million contract extension with the Cleveland Indians earlier this week. For Gomes, it has been a thrilling ride since he completed his final game at Feinbloom field back in 2009. The Brazilian native was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in...  read more

Men's Golf Crowned Buccaneer Invitational Champs

BUCCANEER INVITATIONAL PHOTOS BUCCANEER INVITATIONAL PHOTOS BY ERIC PATRICK  read more

Men's Golf: Svensson Shoots School & Course Record 61

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. -- Barry University sophomore Adam Svensson (Surrey Vancouver, B.C.) shot a course-record 10-under 61 at Normandy Shores Golf Club in Monday's second round of the Buccaneer Invitational presented by Carrabba's Italian Grill. Svensson, last year's Phil Mickelson award winner, given to the top freshman in NCAA Division II, finished...  read more

Leo Vivas Earns SSC Men's Tennis Player of the Week

WINTER PARK, Fla. – Barry senior Leo Vivas has been recognized as the Sunshine State Conference Men's Tennis Player of the Week presented by VALIC. Vivas helped the second-ranked Buccaneers to a perfect week with a 9-0 sweep of Nebraska Omaha and a 5-0 sweep of #20 Rollins. The senior teamed with Romain Costamagna  read more

Emma Onila Earns Her Third SSC Women's Tennis Player of Week Award

WINTER PARK, Fla. – Barry senior Emma Onila has been recognized for the third time this season as the Sunshine State Conference Women's Tennis Player of the Week presented by VALIC. Onila, who ranks seventh in singles play, returned to the top-ranked Buccaneers lineup after an injury and earned a 6-0, 6-2  read more

Hardy Earns Women's Basketball All-America Honors

BEAVERTON, Ore.—Barry University senior Tyler Hardy collected an All-America award from the Women's Division II Bulletin, becoming the eighth All-American in program history. Hardy, the Sunshine State Conference Player of the Year, led the Bucs to a 16-11 mark this season. She led the team with 20.0 points and 8.7 rebounds per game and shot 52.6...  read more

Palm Beach Atlantic Agrees to Provisional Membership with SSC

WINTER PARK, Fla. (Conference News) – The Sunshine State Conference (SSC) has received official acceptance from Palm Beach Atlantic University to become a provisional member of the conference beginning July 1, 2014. Palm Beach Atlantic joins Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, who will also become a provisional member this July. “On...  read more

No. 2 Men's Tennis Finishes Off No. 20 Rollins

WINTER PARK, Fla. – Barry University's men's tennis team finished off its suspended match at Rollins to complete a 5-0 abbreviated victory Sunday. The No. 2-ranked Buccaneers improved to 16-2 overall, 5-0 in the Sunshine State Conference, using a pair of similar singles victories early Sunday to put an end to the match tabled from Saturday...  read more

Women's Tennis Sweeps Tars on Senior Day

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. -- Barry University women's tennis swept Rollins, 9-0, Sunday on a day it began to say goodbye to seniors Cristina Valladares and Akemi Maehama. Both Valladares and Maehama won their final regular season singles matches at Buccaneer Tennis Center as the No. 1 Buccaneers improved to 19-1 overall, 7-0 in the Sunshine State...  read more

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